Holistic Health at the Gibian Wellness Center

These days, Western medical professionals are incorporating ancient Eastern practices into their healing repertoire. Considered the “mother of all natural medicines,” Ayurvedic methods commonly are used-such as herbs, massage, yoga, and acupuncture-as complementary alternative and preventative treatments. The basis of Ayurvedic medicine is prevention achieved through balance. On Wednesday, March 4, from 7-9 p.m., at the Gibian Wellness Center (1522 State St., 451-0819, Dr. Paul Dugliss, of Ayurvedic and Internal Medicine, will give a lecture exploring the “Ayurvedic keys to living a longer, healthier, and happier life.” For more information about Dr. Dugliss and the projects he’s working on, visit or

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